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    @0x92
    Hello
    Josemi Juanes
    @jmjuanes
    Welcome @0x92 :smiley:
    Chizom
    @chizom
    Hello
    Chizom
    @chizom
    I am new to siimple... I love it already. I think it is the real deal when it comes to design and control.
    Ok I asked a question on twitter about how navigation works for mobile devices
    Josemi Juanes
    @jmjuanes
    Welcome @chizom :smile:
    Sorry for the delay. Your question was: "how do I handle navigation on mobile? Especially when we have more than 5 <a> nodes in the navbar section?", right?
    Josemi Juanes
    @jmjuanes
    Is an issue that has not been solved yet... The navbar element is still young (was added in v3.0.0), and it needs more improvements. If someone has an idea to solve that, please tell me and we will try it! But it should be siimple :stuck_out_tongue:
    Berkhan Berkdemir
    @BerkhanBerkdemir
    I use Bootstrap more than 3 years. The problem is JavaScript/jQuery. I don't wanna see JS in a "CSS" framework. Can we do navbar witjout JavaScript, @jmjuanes?
    Also, what do you think to renove some classes like siimple-h1 or siimple-blockquote because they don't make sense to me.
    Chizom
    @chizom

    I think it would be cool to write the navbar with pure css. Let me also take a look into it as well.

    siimple-h1 siimple-blockqoute hmmmmm I think the siimple-blockquote is cool. the siimple-h1 can be removed and then anyone can write their own style to remove the default

    Josemi Juanes
    @jmjuanes
    I think that all elements of siimple should be written in pure CSS without JS
    Josemi Juanes
    @jmjuanes
    The idea on siimple is that you can build your website using only <div> tags (excluding some HTML's form, links and code tags). The siimple-h[X] and siimple-blockquote classes are designed for providing an alternative style using only <div> tags, not to overwrite the <h[X]> and the <blockquote> tags. I am sorry, but I don't agree with the idea of removing these classes...
    Chizom
    @chizom
    @jmjuanes you are the vision behind this and I believe in it... thats awesome
    why would you want to remove the legacy colors from the framework?
    Is it to make the CSS file smaller?
    Chizom
    @chizom
    I just realized that the siimple-btn-[color] does not affect the <a>
    Josemi Juanes
    @jmjuanes
    @chizom because in siimple we are going to maintain the basic and minimum number of colors. To extend siimple with more colors, there is a plugin called siimple-colors.

    I just realized that the siimple-btn-[color] does not affect the <a>

    @chizom I don't understand this

    Chizom
    @chizom
    Oh ok, nice. I like that... I think you answered my question
    Josemi Juanes
    @jmjuanes
    @BerkhanBerkdemir @chizom Instead of removing the siimple-h[X] classes, we can rename them as siimple-title, so we can also introduce siimple-subtitle. It's only an idea. What do you think?
    Berkhan Berkdemir
    @BerkhanBerkdemir
    @jmjuanes I'm trying to say let's keep siimple-h1, but also, use <h1> without class; therefore, if somebody wants to use h1 properties on their <p> tag, they have a chance to use it.
    I said because I was creating an Jekyll theme then I realize I have to add classes into tags.
    Chizom
    @chizom
    @jmjuanes @BerkhanBerkdemir your ideas are beautiful. I am thinking...... if we go with J's idea, we would be able to have a simplified css class. If we go with Berkhan's idea it would allow for less calss calls on h1 tags
    jbo
    @soapoperator
    Hello i'm thinking to use siimple if i am able to use the parts i need... Before i look deeply, i am wondering if there is a complete flexbox system with align-items justify-content align-self for exemple. I don't find them in the documentation?
    Berkhan Berkdemir
    @BerkhanBerkdemir
    @jbo hello there, for now we don't have any plan to work with flexbox. However, you can get information from @jmjuanes.
    @chizom thank you 🙃
    jbo
    @soapoperator
    @BerkhanBerkdemir thank you for your quick answer. I will wait for @jmjuanes in case he have inofrmations.
    Josemi Juanes
    @jmjuanes
    Welcome @soapoperator ! No, at this moment we have not implemented a flexbox system in siimple, I'm sorry.
    But I certainly do not rule out the possibility to re implement siimple (or some classes) using flexbox. That would be for a major release.
    Berkhan Berkdemir
    @BerkhanBerkdemir
    @jmjuanes also navbar improvement may be the another major release :smile:
    Josemi Juanes
    @jmjuanes
    @BerkhanBerkdemir Mmmm major or minor? Because we will keep the compatibility with the current version, it's an improvement...
    jbo
    @soapoperator
    @jmjuanes thank you for the information.i will keep an eye on the next release.
    Berkhan Berkdemir
    @BerkhanBerkdemir
    Yo @chizom. Thank you for your participating on Siimple. I would recommend to you few links that will help me when I started this journey. http://try.github.io and https://www.git-tower.com/learn both are free and you will understand the usage of Git. Also, @0x92 advises awesome for new. I prefer GitKraken but you can find bunch of others in that link too https://git-scm.com/downloads/guis